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Dec 4, 2012 5:00am PST
in the disease and get folks into recovery before they lose everything. i'm bev haberle, and i'm a person in long-term recovery, and that means that for the past 40 years, i haven't used alcohol or any other mood-altering drugs. (applause) as a result of that, i have lived a remarkable, wonderful life. it's allowed me to give back, to help others. it's allowed me to be a wife, a mother, a productive citizen, as well as an elder in my church. so i'm truly grateful to be standing here today. my grandmother taught me a song that kind of saw me through a lot of the worst of my alcoholism, and i thought i'd just ask you to join me on it, because i think it's always a nice way to close any discussion about past, present, and future. (singing of "amazing grace") thank you. (applause) (music) each year, thousands of people around the country help to organize recovery month community events and celebrations in september in cities and towns across the nation. so vital in making recovery a reality. in 2011, the efforts of thousands of individuals throughout the country produced more than a thousand events n
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